Rod Stewart cut a youthful figure as he stepped out alongside wife Penny Lancaster in Los Angeles.
The singer-songwriter, 78, and model-turned-police officer, 52, put on a loved-up display as they grabbed a coffee in California, USA.
Stewart supported his long-term football favourites Celtic as he sported a bright green track jacket, matching joggers and colour-coded shoes.
Penny kept things casual for the outing, wearing a pink and grey ensemble as the pair stopped for a sit-down Starbucks on Thursday afternoon.
Rod was later seen on a solo outing and was pictured carrying brown bags containing what appeared to be bottles of drink as he exited a nearby store.
He sported his signature hairstyle, rocking his usual Hollywood-style sunglasses for both trips.
Rod clearly didn’t let the scorching LA weather get to him, keeping on his Celtic FC-branded attire as the couple seemingly ran errands.
During his solo shopping spree, Stewart appeared to acknowledge photographers, smiling for snaps as he made his way to a parked white car.
He spoke previously of his love for Celtic, explaining why he became a long-term supporter.
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Rod told TalkSport: “I met Jock Stein in 1973, Kenny Dalglish, Jimmy Johnstone and Harry Hood, all knocked on my door.
“We just did a show with The Faces in Glasgow, and they all came to wake me and Ronnie [Wood] up to get us to go training. Ronnie didn’t get out of bed, but I went and I met Jock Stein.
“He looked at me and he laughed at my shoes. And since that day, I’ve become a Celtic supporter.
“I was so enamoured by him, you know, this huge guy was just brilliant.”
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